Ever meet anyone so inspiring you just have to bring them home to meet the family?
In the mountains of Lesotho, the first generation to enjoy free primary education stand poised to lift their country out of poverty. Yet — most rural households do not have access to electricity, so children study by candlelight or kerosene lamps. From the time the sun rises until it sets over the mountains every night, students are busy fetching firewood, collecting water, tending their fields, and — if they are very determined — attending high school. With even one solar light, families can enlighten their nights.